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As You Sow, So Shall You Reap - Story for FSc 1st 2nd Year

As You Sow, So Shall You Reap is an oft-quoted proverb. it means every action produces a reaction. If you do something wrong, you will have to face the consequences. If you dig a pit for others, you yourself may fall into it. You will have a blow for a blow. There is a well-known fable to illustrate the truth of this proverb Once upon a time, there lived three fast friends in a remote village. They were very healthy, smart and hardworking but due to the stroke of the ill-luck, they were poor and hence had to starve very often. They were ambitious and avaricious and hence utterly disgusted with their unemployment. They posed to be sincere and straightforward but in fact they were fair weather friends. They were surely selfish and stingy. Each wanted to feather his nest by hook or by crook. They had heard the old maxim that, "Change of place brings bring about a change in luck." So, they resolved to go to a big city to try the saying as well as their luck. This city was fa

Look Before You Leap - Story for Class Seventh Eight Ninth Tenth

Look Before You Leap is an oft-quoted proverb. It means before engaging in anything new, we should make careful preparations. If we are hasty in doing something, we must meet unforeseen dangers and difficulties. There is a well-known fable to illustrate the truth of this proverb It was a roasting hot day of high Summer. The burning blows of blistering wind moved like flaring flames all along the fields. All the rills and rivulets were bone-dry. In such arid conditions, a fox felt awfully thirsty. He went about in search of water here and there for a long time. After a hard hunt, at last, he reached a shallow waterhole. He peeped into the well and found some water at the bottom. He was overjoyed to find it. He wished to drink the cool water of the well but it was below his reach. Standing on the brim, he just began to gaze at his own reflection in the Crystal clear water of the well. He bowed low to reach the water. Then by an unlucky chance he slipped and fell down into the well.

No Pains, No Gains - English Story for Class Ninth Tenth

No Pains, No Gains is an oft-quoted proverb. I means if you want God's help, you must make an effort yourself. The golden principle of life is that  the people who keep their hopes alive are able to show determination. They keep on trying even on difficult circumstances. A man without hope is like a blind person who is finding his way in the dark, Men who have hope can see the light and ultimately reach their destination. The fable of the king and the spider shows such a conflict between hope and fear. Robert Bruce, the king of Scotland, was a dauntless and valiant warrior. His country was occupied by the tyrant British. He took up arms against the British and fought seventeen battles to liberate his country of the despotic dictatorship and British brutality. He wanted to see his people prosperous and free from the yoke of slavery of the exotic usurpers. He fought tooth and nail but suffered successive defeats at the hands of the English. His strenuous struggle an fierce fighting

Grapes Are Sour - Lessonful English Story for Students

Grapes Are Sour is an oft-quoted proverb. It means people find fault with the things. They like but cannot get, Sometimes when we cannot get what We want, we pretend that it is not worth having. It also shows greed and lust of the people. People try to get something which is out of their reach. When they fail to get something they like, they say that "grapes are sour". There is a well-known fable to illustrate the truth of this proverb Once upon a time, there lived a certain vixen in a certain jungle who loved to eat. Her luck was bad but her mind was very ingenious and alert. One day, she felt awfully hungry it was a rainy day and the rain fell at intervals. She came out of ner burrow-2 and started wandering in search of food. She roamed and rambled far and wide in search of food but she could found nothing to eat to satiate her hunger. She went on moving and walking with an empty belly and open mouth for a long time. After a long search, just by chance, she happened to

Slow and Steady Wins the Race - Lesson Story Free Download

Slow and Steady Wins the Race is an oft-quoted proverb. It means that for success in life a slow but steady and Constant effort is required. Working in an even and regular way without interruptions is the key to success. There is a well-known fable to illustrate the truth of this proverb. Once upon a time, a hare and a tortoise lived in a certain jungle in a lush green meadow. They were chum/fast friends and whiled away the days together playing and enjoying. But there was one problem. The hare was active, agile and alert. He was vain of his supple arms and spry legs. He often boasted of his quick movements, Brisk Walk and fast speed. On the contrary, the tortoise was slow, slack and sluggish. The hare often ridiculed him for his short feet, lumbering body and slow speed. He jeered at his crude Crawling and coarse creeping. The merciless mockery and callous comments on behalf of the hare exerted catastrophic effects on the nerves of the tortoise. The tortoise was tired of these daily

A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed - Important for Exams

A Friend in Need Is a Friend Indeed is an oft-quoted proverb. It means the best friend is the one who helps you when you are really in need of help. It is at a time of misfortune that you know your real friends. Richard Barnfield said, "He that is thy friend indeed, He will help thee in thy need" There is a well-known fable to illustrate the truth of this proverb. Once upon a time, there lived two poor young men in a certain village. They were hand in glove with each other and claimed to be sincere to each other. They professed great love for each other and promised to help each other in the hour of need. One of them was strong, Stout, active and giant sized while the other was slim, skinny, frail and pygmy sized. The mighty man Was selfish and stingy while the meager man was simple and straightforward. The common cause between them was their unemployment and poverty. They had heard an old saying that change of place brings about a change in luck. So one day, they decid

All That Glitters is Not Gold - Moral Story for FA BA Classes

All That Glitters Is Not Gold is an oft-quoted proverb. It means appearances are deceptive. Gold shines brightly in the light but so does brass. What looks like gold may be of little worth. What appears to be useful may turn out to be harmful. We should not be deceived by the appearance of things or people. The story of a foolish stag is a good reminder of this universal Once upon a time, there lived a stout stag in a deep dense forest. Like all other stags, he had smart body and slim leg. His heavy head was crowned with seemly twisted and attractive antlers of good size. The strongly pointed offshoots of his antlers lent his outstanding grace and elegance. His supple, soft, smooth skin; his fine, fair, fluffy, figure; his active, energetic, agile actions made him haughty, arrogant and somewhat foolish. He considered himself to be a paragon of beauty and briskness. One day, he felt awfully thirsty. He went to a stream to quench his thirst. While drinking water, the smooth flowing s

The Lion and the Mouse - Simple Story for 9th and 10th Class

Kindness Never Goes Unrewarded is an oft-quoted proverb. It means if we are kind to others, they will be kind to us. If we do good to others, they will be good to us. If we help others in their hardships, they will help us in our time of trouble. As Dr. Johnson has said: "Kindness generates kindness and consolidates society." There is a well-known fable to illustrate the truth of this proverb. Once upon a time, there lived a mouse in a certain jungle. He was very fond of outdoor visits and pleasure trips. Whenever he was out of his hole, he would hop and jump, sing and dance to enjoy his life. one wintery noon, while wandering outside he saw a lion enjoying a siesta in the sun. He thought of a trick of enjoyment. He climbed up the body of the lion and began to move ονer it, The mane on his neck attracted him much. So, he began to hop and jump and then started dancing there in a jolly mood. In this way, he disturbęd the lion in his sleep. Once, when he was repeating the fea

The Slave and the Lion - Story for Class 10th 11th 12th

Kindness Never Goes Unrewarded is an oft-quoted proverb. It means if we are kind to others, they will be kind to us. If we do good to others, they will be good to us. If we help others in their hardships, they will help us in our time of trouble. As Dr. Johnson has said, "Kindness generates kindness and consolidates society." The following fable of a slave illustrates the truth of this proverb. In days of yore, affluent people enjoyed a legal privilege to enslave the penniless poor. They usually treated their slaves inhumanly. The slaves could do nothing in protest. They just had to endure patiently the cruel treatment of their masters. A merciless master had several slaves. As the master was sadist, he felt delight in tormenting his slaves. The slaves worked their fingers to the bone to satisfy their master but to no avail. They could never succeed in appeasing his foul fury, All their efforts to please their master ended in smoke. Androcles was on of the slaves. He was v

Union is Strength - Story for F.Sc 1st Year Pre-medical

The Union is Strength is an oft-quoted proverb. it means unity is the source of strength. Several people working together are much stronger than many working separately. To succeed in life, we must unify our efforts. G. P. Morris has said, "We must hang together or we shall be hanged separately." There is a famous able of a farmer and his three sons which teaches us the moral that unity makes the people strong. Once upon a time, there lived a poor farmer in a certain village. His perpetual labor and constant vigilance brought prosperity to his home. God had blessed him with three adolescent sons. They were strong, sturdy, spry and stalwart. But unfortunately, they were somewhat hot-tempered and quarrelsome. They often taunted and teased each other just for nothing. Their jeer and sneer were a thorn in the father's flesh. He was deeply dismayed and depressed about their disorderly demeanor. Now and then he admonished for their boisterous but all his effort to appease thei

Honesty is the Best Policy - Story for Class 11th and 12th

Honesty is the Best Policy is an oft-quoted proverb. It means honesty is always better in life than dishonesty. In whatever field an honest man may be, he is rewarded. This is the world of false show. Many times We show dishonesty to get temporary gains. We never realize that only honest work can give us satisfaction. It makes people trust you. There is a well known fable of an honest wood-cutter which shows that honesty is rewarded not only in heaven but also in this world. Once upon a time, there lived an old, willowy, white-bearded hunch-backed, indigent wood-cutter in a certain village. Although he was very poor yet he was honest to the extreme. Honesty, patience, integrity, righteousness and contentment were his only wealth. He believed in the dignity of manual labor and regarded begging as a Curse. Therefore, he would work bγ the Sweat of his brow to win a few coins. He owned nothing except a donkey and an axe. It was his daily routine to go to the neighboring jungle, cut fire

Haste Makes Waste - Moral Story for Class 9th 10th

Haste Makes Waste is an oft-quoted proverb. It means hasty decision or actions lead a man into error. Most of the people are so overtaken by greed that they are not patient enough to wait for bright prospects. They want to be very prosperous within a very short time. There is a well-known fable of such a greedy man who killed his hen that laid the golden eggs which illustrate the truth of this proverb. Once upon a time, there lived a poor, weak and willow-wild young man in a certain village. Although he was very poor but at he same time he was very impatient. He worked hard and used to earn his living by the sweat of his brow. Still he had to starve very often. He kept on dreaming about good happy times. He prayed to God to make him rich. He thought that wealth would become a source of satisfaction for him. Anyhow, his prayer was accepted. One day, he worked on daily wages and purchased six chickens. Luckily one of the chickens was very prominent and illuminating. As it grew up i

Necessity is the Mother of Invention - Complete Story

Necessity is the Mother of Invention is an oft-quoted proverb. It means we gain nothing if we make no effort. It is a fact that most of the inventions are the result of the necessity. In the hour of need, men and animals use different techniques to win their aim. The fable of a thirsty crow illustrates such an incident. Once upon a time, there lived a certain Crow in a certain jungle. He as a very ingenious and inventive mind. He was so valiant that he could face all the circumstances. Once, the summer was extremely hot. It was a roasting hot day of scorching summer. The burning blasts of blistering wind moved like fierce flames all along the meadows. Favourite spots and popular resorts looked to be dreary and desolate. The public haunts were bleak and barren. The thickly grown lush green leaves of trees and the delicate twigs of little saplings looked to be withered and wilted in the intensity of heat. These boiling hot conditions had dried up all the pools and ponds all-around. Even

Letter to Friend Congratulating on His Brilliant in the Examination

Examination Hall, A. B. C. (City). August 20, 2014. My dear Friend, I am hale and hearty here with the grace of Almighty Allah and hope that this letter of mine will find you in the best of your health and spirits. One Of our friends told me that you have topped the board in Pre-medical group and that the result was published in "Daily Nation" bearing date August 17. Sent my servant to buy one copy of the Daily Nation of that date, looked through the paper once, twice, thrice, I do not know how many times but your roll number was not there. I was disappointed. But on a little reflection, I realized that I was turning the pages without remembering what exactly your roll number was. So I rushed into my room, looked through my diary and found the lucky roll number. I took the paper again and there your roll number was beaming at me through the print. It was the first time that had realized that even cold print has life in it. I cannot describe the thrill and excitemen

Letter to Friend Condoling on the Death of His Mother

Examination Hall, A. B. C. (City). February 22, 2014. My dear Friend, I hope that this letter of mine will find you in the best of your health and spirits. I just had your letter. My eyes became dim and heart began to palpitate when I read the nerve-racking news of the sad and untimely demise of your mother. May her soul rest in peace! It is really a mournful and melancholic mischance. I know my words of Consolation at the time of so great bereavement would be vain and worthless. Nothing can equal the motherly love. The Holy grace of motherly affection is singularly soothing and comforting in its nature. Nothing can Substitute this heavenly gift. This is really an irreparable loss for all of us. Your family has been deprived of one of the most precious jewels. Your mother was a leading lady. She did great charities in the neighborhood. She was lavishly generous in helping the penniless indigents. She cooperated with the poor families so secretly that even her left hand did n

Letter to Father About Your Health and Studies

Examination Hall, A. B. C. (City). March 18, 2014. My dear Father, I am hale and hearty here with the grace of Almighty Allah and I hope that this letter of mine will find you in the best of your health and spirits. I am greatly glad to get a glorious letter from you. I was pleased to know that all of you are keeping well. As usual, you encouraged me a lot and gave me a few pieces of advice. Letters of parents for children living away from home are no less than bounteous boons. The letter is brimful of your soft-hearted sentiments wonderfully warm feelings. It has showered me with fatherly affection and love. But simultaneously, it has revealed to me your Concern and worry about my health and study. I am really glad to read it. What a heavenly gift the parental affection is! As you know, I had been preparing for my home tests which ended yesterday and I am writing to you at the earliest. Father, I am relieved to know that mother has fully recovered from her long illness. Whe

Letter to Mother Telling Her Why You Like the Hostel Life

Examination Hall, A. B. C. (City). March 13, 2014. My dear Mother, I am hale and hearty here with the grace of Almighty Allah and I hope receipt of your letter. No doubt, letters of parents for children living away from home are no less than bounteous boons. In your letter, you have asked me to leave the hostel and shift to a private accommodation. Dear mother, I shall certainly obey you in every matter. But may I explain my point of view about hostel life. Mother, it is really a new experience for me to live among so many students. It is indeed a great feeling of fun and joy. Hostel life has a charm of its own. You may come out of the familiar surrounding of your dear ones and enter a new world of strangers who are experiencing the same dilemmas as you. However, some basic etiquette can make the hostel life a memorable experience. Most of the first time hostlers tend to become homesick in the initial weeks. had similar feelings when I first joined the hostel last month. I

Letter to Mother Telling Her Why You Dislike the Hostel Life

Examination Hall, A. B. C. (City). March 11, 2014. My dear Mother, I hope that this letter of mine will find you in the best of your health and Spirits. I am in receipt of vour glorious letter and was delighted to go through its Contents. As usual, you encouraged me a lot and gave me a few pieces of advice. Letters of parents for children living away from home are no less than bounteous boons, The letter is brimful of your soft-hearted sentiments and wonderfully warm feelings. It has showered me with motherly affection and love. It also Suggests that you want to know about my views and experience of hostel life and how I am spending my hostel life. I must say, in all honesty, the hostel life is as tough as old boots. I have been on tenterhooks since I began to live in the hostel quite away from home. have tried to adjust myself here but could not. It is deficient of actual attraction and candid charisma. The hostel provides poor surroundings and modest living condition. It

Letter to Friend Sympathizing on His Failure in the (F.Sc) Examination

Examination Hall, A. B. C. (City), March 8, 2014. My dear Friend, I am hale and hearty here with the grace of Almighty Allah and I hope that this letter of mine will find you in the best of your health and spirits. I was suddenly overwhelmed with severe shock on hearing the sad news of your failure in the intermediate examination. could not believe Such shocking news. suddenly rush to the News Agency, looked for your Roll Number and was even more saddened. Your unexpected failure in the examination has proved to be a bolt from the blue not only for your kith and kin but also for your friends and student. I cannot believe that a hard-working student like you can ever fail. You have always shown remarkable results. Your amazing achievements and astonishing accomplishments have always been a feather in your parent's cap. I could not grasp the cause of your recent failure. Therefore, I asked a friend of ours one cause of your failure. He told me about the critical circumstance